Even though this reg would be a major change to our current failed system, it says: "The visa wouldn’t allow the parent to work or receive any public benefit, and would require that the U.S. citizen son or daughter has arranged for health insurance coverage during their parent’s presence in the country." So my take on this bill is that it's applies to illegal immigrants parent(s) who had children a means to re-enter the US after they were deported as illegal non-citizens. I certainly don't like the "able to receive public assistance. This is a end- run on our immigration laws. And that statement that the children has to assure health insurance is certainly misleading. Would this mean that if the policy was dropped, the parents would be deportable? Also, if the parents disappeared, would the child be forced to provide policies for missing parents? If this Insurance policy was active and missing parents applied for services, are they subject to deportation? Could parents and children live in different states assuming that the principle child would be responsible for his parents behavior? Would the parents be permitted to return to their native country and return? When child reaches adulthood, are they still responsible for the parent's insurance. If either parents doesn't keep employed, are the children responsible for their upkeep. And lastly, are the children responsible for the parents lifetime? Gotta read the fine print. But overall, it would be some "imperfect" solution.